How can a shot of vodka in a food stylist’s kit elevate food photo shoots?
Before diving in, let’s make one thing clear. We’re not condoning drinking on the job, necessarily. While doing so may make your work a bit more interesting, it may not give your clients a stellar impression of your skills. Instead, vodka has some useful secondary applications worth discussing.
First and foremost, vodka’s high alcohol content makes it an excellent non-toxic cleaner. As a natural disinfectant, it quickly eviscerates germs and bacteria lurking on just about any surface. When you’ve spent hours arranging food, a few loose crumbs or a small sauce smear can be tricky to clean up. An easy ways to remedy small imperfections is to simply use an alcohol-soaked Q-Tip to swab away whatever isn’t looking right. Because the liquid is completely clear, it will leave little to no visible residue behind.
In a pinch,
vodka has more than few other benefits when comes to food styling